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Eurovision followup -- was UK Olly's Dizzy performance too gay for Eurovision?


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1 hour ago, BigBruv said:

 

Whole thing is a big phaggy joke - Only gays and people without internet connections watch that nonsense.

 

+ Brits never win it as europeans are jealous of Brexit so refuse to vote for them.

 

 

Spaceman came second so your theory is wrong. 

 

 

I watched it live on YouTube.

 

The event is very pro LGBT. 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, OneMoreFarang said:

And you lost against this one. 555

 

Nemo-Switzerland-Eurovision.jpg?w=1000&h

 

Yes the first non binary winner but that was not like a porn fantasy.

 

Some say it was because Olly can't sing probably a factor but i think the problem was the sexualization.

 

I predicted Switzerland would win.but I liked Croatia's entry better.

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Obviously the Eurovision audience is very LGBT friendly. 

But there is a time and a place for pornographic fever dreams.

Olly tested the limits of what the Eurovision audience wants to see in a song contest. 

He's an artist and good artists take risks but that doesn't mean they are guaranteed to pay off.

Zero votes from the public.

It could be worse.

His brilliant acting career will go on.

 

 

 

At least he's not a politician who murdered her puppy in a gravel.pit.

 

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Gay or not its <deleted>e -- poor concept, poor execution, poor performance 

Then there is the fact that he keeps hitting flat notes throughout. 
 

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2 minutes ago, richard_smith237 said:

a full on assault against decency.

id say it was just plain <deleted>e. decency has nothing to do with it.  

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In happier times.

Olly is a talented sweetheart but he made an artistic mistake with the staging.

If you haven't already watch him in Its a Sin.

I seriously doubt with the zero votes result that any other act will try similar in future.

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Eurovision has always had a global family audience. Over the last couple of decades the LGBT community have  really embraced it and almost claimed it as their own. Which is understandable in a way - I mean it's always been very camp. 

Unfortunately it's gone too far now, and it's almost become a giant Pride parade. The organisers need to understand that their core audience don't want to see gay fetish acts on stage. 

 

As for the zero points from the British public, I did hear the voting system is a bit like 'first past the post' as in Olly might have received a lot of votes but they didn't translate into points. A bit like UKIP getting 4 million votes but no seats in the 2015 UK election.

 

But I suspect it's mainly because Olly's performance was essentially gay sex show, plus he can't sing live. 

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